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Join thousands of colleagues in San Francisco, November 9-13 for the AMIA 2024 Annual Symposium. This annual event is the world’s premier meeting for the research and practice of biomedical and health informatics.

Symposium convenes informaticians from around the world to share research and insights for leveraging health information and cutting-edge technologies to improve human health. This year our theme focuses on a timely and pressing issue -- Informatics in the Age of Generative Artificial Intelligence.

As Gen AI becomes enmeshed in our personal and professional lives, the informatics community must discuss ways to leverage it to enhance healthcare and biomedicine, as well as consider the potential harms and blind sides.

Why Attend

  • 2,000+ attendees
  • Gen AI theme
  • Industry-leading keynote speakers
  • 600+ sessions
  • 50+ of state-of-the-art exhibitions

At this meeting, you will have the opportunity to:

  • Connect with industry leaders, colleagues, and students. Take advantage of career development opportunities. Find a mentor.
  • Learn in hundreds of sessions designed for you, the informatics professional.
  • Grow informatics’ knowledge base with presentations, policy updates, and scientific papers.

As the meeting for health informatics professionals, Symposium offers foundational contributions to informatics methods, reports on the application of informatics in the context of health, and discussions of policy topics influenced or impacted by informatics. By attending this event you can experience the latest in biomedical and health informatics research including everything from data privacy and clinical decision support tools to phenotyping and natural language processing.

Join us for the world’s premier health informatics meeting and elevate your career alongside your colleagues from around the world.

Scientific Program Committee

Hojjat Salmasian, MD
Children's Hospital of Pennsylvania
Andrew Boyd, MD
Vice Chair
University of Illinois Chicago
William Brown, PhD
Vice Chair
University of California San Francisco
Brian Dixon, PhD
Vice Chair
Regenstrief Institute
Li Shen, PhD
Vice Chair
University of Pennsylvania
Casey Taylor, PhD
Vice Chair
Johns Hopkins University
David Vawdrey, PhD
Vice Chair
Po-Yin Yen, PhD
Vice Chair
Washington University in St. Louis


Meet the entire Scientific Program Committee

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